FORMER WOLCOTT MAN --- Stillman J. Grandy, Veteran of Civil War Dies at Home of Daughter Stillman Johnson Grandy died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Nellie Inslee, No. 7743 Fifteenth avenue N.W., Seattle, Wash., June 9. Had he lived till August, he would have been 93. Mr. Grandy was born near Richardson's corners, Aug. 6, 1834, his father having been the late Benjamin Grandy. He was the last survivor of a long-lived family. Among his sisters, now deceased, were Mrs. Robert Wolven, Mrs. Abram Chase, and Mrs. Abram Hill, of Wolcott. The late William Grandy, of Westbury, was a Brother. He was a carpenter by trade, and years ago helped to build the Wolcott Falls mill, the old gristmill at Red Creek, and the original large barn on N.W. Tompkins, now the Albert Wells farm, just south of Wolcott. When the civil war broke out he was one of the original members and helped to organize Company G, 132d N.Y. Infantry**, which later was merged with **probably the 138th the Ninth Heavy Artillery. He held the rank of first sergeant. Among his favorite stories of the war was of seeing and conversing with Lincoln in the forts about Washington. This meant much to him. Mr. Grandy was twice married. His first wife lived only a short time, and about 1867, he married Mrs. Annie E. Greene, of Oswego County. Two children survive, Frank E, Grandy and Mrs. Nellie Inslee, both of Seattle, besides 7 grand- children and 7 greatgrandchildren. Mr. Grandy went to Michigan many years ago and in 1908 followed the children to Seattle, where his wife died five years ago, since which he had lived with his daughter. He was a fine old man, a Mason, honest, upright and until the last year or so had worked his garden and done much about the place. He had intestinal "flu" late in April and seemingly recovered but was too weak to rally and was in bed much of the last two weeks of his life, though no one thought the end so near. He passed quietly away in his sleep.